Dixon Webb associate Charlotte Cram dies

Charlotte Cram, who worked at Dixon Webb for 17 years since joining as a graduate in 1995, has died suddenly after suffering a cardiac arrest at the age of 38.

GVA Dixon Webb said in a statement: "Everyone at GVA Dixon-Webb is deeply saddened by the news that Charlotte Millachip (nee Cram), died unexpectedly on Sunday 2 December.

Charlotte Cram"Charlotte joined Dixon-Webb in 1995 as a graduate surveyor and remained with the firm following its acquisition by GVA earlier this year. Working as part of the valuation and agency teams, Charlotte was instrumental to the success of the firm, and will be very much missed by all of her colleagues.

"Our firm's thoughts are with her two young children, husband, and family."

Colleagues and friends are invited to attend her funeral at St Peters Church, Lymm, Warrington, WA13 0QY, on Thursday 13 December at 11.30 am.

This will be followed by burial for close family.

Colleagues and friends are then invited to Home Restaurant, Lymm Road, Little Bollington, WA14 4SU.

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Truly saddening news. Thoughts are with family, friends and colleagues.

By Alex

I worked with Charlotte on a number of properties during the late 1990s; she was charming, friendly and very professional – how very sad.

By Richard Potter